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You say potato, I say potential! Research station connects growers, researchers and industry leaders

The Hancock Agricultural Research Station, a 412-acre vegetable research farm founded in 1916 in central Wisconsin, links farmers from across the state and UW-Madison researchers. Growers, scientists and industry members collaborate at the station to determine how to best use the land and produce the best crops possible.

Video produced by Craig Wild of UW-Madison University Communications.

For more information, contact Felix Navarro, Superintendent, Hancock Research Station at or (715) 498-8271.